The prize for the hottest lineup this weekend has to go to Long Live Love, a pop-up fundraiser which boasts Glaswegian big-hitters, Rustie and S-Type. Taking place at SWG3 to help raise money for Stuart Nixon’s medical bills (read more here), you can expect to find street food provided by Babu Bombay Street Kitchen, Julie's Kopitiam and SMOAK, specially curated beers and cocktails, and even a barbers in case you fancy getting a trim (all sound-tracked by a Mogwai DJ set, no less). Of course, the club lineup speaks for itself, with local selectors Sam Vitamins, DJ Milktray and Inkke providing support for the aforementioned headliners. (£8 advance/£10 OTD/SWG3/Friday)


Up for a session? Not strictly a club event, but Glasgow’s premier soundsystem, Mungo’s Hi Fi, are hosting an 8 hour party at The African Arts Centre in Ibrox this Saturday, featuring friends, family and some serious vibes. Specialising in dub, reggae, dancehall and bashment, Mungo’s Hi Fi have been throwing parties in Glasgow (and around the world) for over fifteen years, recently releasing their seventh album, ‘You See Me Star’. Inviting local selectors, Chungo Bungo, Breezak and Crucial Roots to provide the sounds, alongside microphone masters Kenny Knots and Campeazi, prepare to skank all night long. (£6 advance/The African Arts Centre/Saturday)


London-based Fine Grain Records are making the trip north this weekend for a highly anticipated showcase at the Art School. Described as “an amalgam of new music and design”, the label celebrates experimental sounds and distinctive artwork from around the world, with SynthGlasgow favourite (and ex Ben Butler), Joe Howe, performing one of his frenetic, hardware-heavy live sets on the night. Having blown us away at last year’s Simple Things Festival, we can confirm him as one of the city’s most impressive and unique talents. The lineup also features label founder, Uraki Riddim, as well as burgeoning Scottish producers CAIN and T_ A_ M. Expect beats, bass and exotic rhythms. (£5OTD/Art School/Saturday)